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Old 04-26-2008, 08:28 AM
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Joyce Nolen - Accredited Marine Surveyor 2002
Nolen's Marine Surveying
26355 West Pointail Road
Millsboro, Delaware 19966
443-350-3447 -O, 410-287-0742 -Fax -MD, 302-947-1456-Fax -DE
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Old 04-27-2008, 09:13 AM
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Spread the word on this surveyor!! DO NOT USE THIS SURVEYOR!
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Old 04-27-2008, 11:27 AM
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Donzi Corleone,

I know what your going through. I bought a boat from a guy out of New Jersey. Survey came back with the usual little things, except of course the cracked heads and that the oil pans were rotted out and ready to let go. I even contacted a lawyer on here and he just said theres nothing we can really do, maybe send a nastygram to the surveyor and the seller and ask for some type of help with the financial end of the repairs. But besides that...nothing. I did call the seller and told him about the problems, he ofcourse played dumb. This was back in Aug. 07, I just got the engines to a reputable engine shop in the area. Then there off to a marine mechanic to replace the marine portions of the engines, and drop them back into the boat. I probably won't be out on the water until next season...maybe?
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I don't know if this applies. From my understanding a boat surveyor tests the strcture of the boat, not the mechanical parts of the boat. I was told if you want a mechanical survey take it to a boat mechanic and pay for all the pertinate tests and inspections.
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Old 04-29-2008, 07:51 PM
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No, they do mechanical making sure all swithes and gauges do what there suppose to do along with the appearence of EVERYTHING. ECM hours ck is a standard very basic ck. I was not asking to tear the drive and internal parts down. My issues are ligite and should have been caught by a surveyor.
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